Blake did manage a partial recovery for the bronze medal in 10.19.
YOU MAY not be too familiar with the name Akani Simbine, but after yesterday's 100m final race at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, you certainly will.
Blake, who had been desperate to shine after the retirement of Usain Bolt, came third in 10.19 and appeared far from his fluent best from start to finish.
Simbine, fifth in the Olympic 100m final at Rio 2016, was a comfortable victor in the end in 10.03.
"It's my first global title and for me it's a milestone, a stepping stone towards the world championships, and the Olympics and more competitions and more worldwide competitions", said Simbine, adding he needed to call his mother watching back home in South Africa.
"I just focused on myself and making sure I get out fast and get to the 50m as quick as I can".
Makwala, who reached the 200 final at last year's world championships days after being refused entry to the stadium for the 400 final because of quarantine restrictions amid a viral outbreak, is targeting his first medal at a major meet.
"I am quite happy with the performance, for a couple of years I've been working hard but I haven't been in finals like Akani", Bruintjies said. I now just see "gold".
"The 100m is an event of who's got the biggest ego and who can handle the ego the best." said Simbine.
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"I don't want to say this but it's unfair for her to compete", Samoan official Mary Opeloge said.
"I'm a bit disappointed because I've been feeling good, I've been running good and I just didn't put the start together", Blake said after the race, expressing his disappointment.
The para-athletes Dyan Buis and Charl du Toit opened the sprinting medal tally when they raced to T38 silver and T37 100m bronze respectively.
The win for Ahye, a finalist at the 2016 Olympics and the last two world championships, delivered Trinidad and Tobago its first Commonwealth title in the women's 100m and meant a Jamaican hasn't won the title since 2006.
Earlier, bowls quartet Elma Davis‚ Esme Kruger‚ Nicolene Neal and Johanna Snyman won South Africa's second medal on the greens at the Games.
It is the bowlers' second medal of the Games after Colleen Piketh won the singles bronze medal the day before.
World and Olympic 800m champion Caster Semenya kicked off her bid for a Commonwealth double with a comfortable win in the 1,500m heats in four minutes and 05.86 seconds.
South Africa has traditionally fielded strong fours teams at the quadrennial showpiece with the new proving their class.
South Africa's Chad le Clos completed a hat-trick of butterfly golds when he won the 100m race, and Bronte Campbell earned a rare victory over her sister Cate in the 100m freestyle.